He starred his first film in 1977, being only a few months old, as part of his uncle's Super 8 home film. And this must have made a deep impression on him as, at age 8, he decided to become a film director. Well, really, because working as a stuntman involved quite a lot of sport.
So there he went. He started shooting amateur shorts, while also selling popcorn and checking cinema tickets for the chance to watch movies for free. He then worked as a cameraman, editor and director at a local TV channel and, for the next twenty years, went on to learn everything he could as an Assistant Director on quite a lot of TV series, movies, and some adverts too. This, of course, without quitting his compulsive filmmaking habit.
At present, he is combining his directing work in TV series with video clips and, in general, any format that gets on his way.